Put Your Debt Monster on A Diet: Budgets and Priorities


It’s that time of the year when the magic of the holidays are a quickly fading memory but for the errant Christmas tree that still lingers (yes- that would be my tree that I’m referring to). The looming reality of our indulgences arrive via post and electronic mail. Here come the hefty credit owings and overdrafts incurred that we’ll be paying until next December.

Nobody likes to talk about debt (and some writers don’t like to write about it) but if left unfettered it can become an all-consuming monster.

The average Canadian family deals with $100, 000 in debt. This figure includes mortgages, student loans, credit card debts and lines of credit.

But don’t despair there are resources that can help you regain control of your big fat hungry debt monster.

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